Question about Toshiba Satellite L650-BT2N23 Notebook
I dont know how to restore my laptop to store bought settings. I have tried so many things, but none seem to work. Help please....
If you machine didn't come with recovery disks you need to make them. In your user guide (http://www.helpowl.com/manuals/Toshiba/SatelliteL650/167019) it gives the steps. Normally you should just have to go into windows back up/restore and follow directions.
Also on that site you can download your manual free if you don't have it already.
Some systems are setup so that when your computer starts to boot you press F10 and it will go into a recovery partition.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: windows xp password locked out
without using a software package that will let you manually change a password, such as ERD Commander you will be locked out, and you would need to reinstall the Operating System. BPCS
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
SOURCE: toshiba laptop a105-s4034
You need to set your CD/DVD/CDRW Disk Drive to Boot First. If the Second set of Recovery CD's don't work, Then they are the Wrong one's for that unit.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
try to visit HP's website and download the latest drivers for your webcam for your operating system, probably the driver you have on the cd aren't for you operating system, which btw you didn't mention...
install the package from HP's website, and you should be good.
the CD is never necessary if you have an internet connection.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
I am going to make a suggestion, and am not quite certain you will take this as a solution, but it is the best course of action for your laptop. By today's standards, this is on the low-end of laptops, but still very capable for normal tasks. It is only suited for Windows 98, maybe Windows 2000, at best due to the specifications. Considering this, I want to suggest installing Linux on the laptop instead. Linux is an operating system like Windows, does all the same things, and is faster on older systems because it is more efficient. Ubuntu Linux is one of the most popular distributions, as it is used by Dell computers. Here is a link to the ISO cd download:
If you need help burning the ISO file to a CD, then use this link:
Lastly, here is a link to the official documentation page for users coming from Windows to Linux:
Try this, you won't be disappointed, and you will be amazed at how fast the computer runs and how beautiful the linux operating system looks...it is not that hard to use, and your daughter will catch on quickly...oh, by the way...Linux is free!!
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
You can follow LavaTech's instructions to set the machine to boot from the cd, and you can load any retail version of windows. You will have to go to http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp?nav=Product%20Support
to download and install the device drivers.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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